House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says Hillary Clinton would be one of the best-prepared incoming presidents if she decided to run in 2016.
"I know that if she does, she will win and when she becomes president, she'll be one of the best equipped, best prepared people to enter the White House in a very long time. She is, by dint of her experience as a senator, as secretary of State, as a first lady herself, with participating the way she did, we certainly - with all due respect to our president - and I think he's magnificent and wonderful and a blessing to us, but certainly more prepared than President Obama; certainly more prepared than President Bush; certainly more prepared than President Clinton I might admit."
House Minority Leader talks to Candy about the shutdown showdown. Is there room for compromise?
House Minority Leader, and one of the nation's most prominent Catholics, Nancy Pelosi reacts to Pope Francis' calling for a "new balance" between the church's spiritual and political missions – including his comments that the church should not interfere spiritually in the lives of gays.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on the situation in Syria.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has fiery words for her Republican colleagues over possible cuts in spending.
Proclaiming the House of Representatives is a "mess," Nancy Pelosi accuses Republicans of wanting to purposefully shut down the government. We have an exclusive interview with the House Minority Leader.
Clinton-mania sweeps the political world this week as President Bill Clinton's Global Initiative holds its annual meeting and New York Magazine publishes the first interview with Hillary Clinton since leaving her job at the State Department. Joe Hagan, the author of that article, joins us live.
GOP Intra-party tension, Clintons, and olive branches from Iran. We'll talk about that and more with Joe Lockhart, former chief spokesman and senior adviser to President Bill Clinton, President of the American Conservative Union Al Cardenas, and CNN Commentators Kevin Madden and Donna Brazile.
Watch Sunday at 9am and Noon Eastern.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi tells Candy Crowley raising the Medicare age "doesn't save money".
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on hopes to turn the House to democratic control in 2014.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talks to Candy Crowley about the environment in Congress and finding compromise. "I think that these meetings are not something to say, ‘well, I’ll do this with you now, and do that with them later.’ I think it is, ‘let’s get some things done together to make elections less important.’"
An Exclusive interview with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on gridlock in Congress, the President’s meetings with Republicans, and what it will take to get her to sign off on a budget deal and entitlement reform.
Then, House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) joins us exclusively to discuss the spring thaw between President Obama and Congressional Republicans, and on if he’s leaving the GOP leadership out in the cold.
Speaking of coming in from the cold, he’s been laying low the past couple of years, but a new book is bringing Jeb Bush back in to the national spotlight. He may be talking immigration between the pages, but he’s got tongues wagging with his open talk of a potential 2016 run. We sit down with former Florida Governor – and presidential brother and son – Jeb Bush about political dynasties, Bush fatigue, and his upcoming pow-wow with top Republican donors.
Plus, former White House Communications Director Anita Dunn, former Speaker of the House and Republican Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich, former Bush and Romney adviser Alex Castellanos and Democratic Strategist Donna Brazile on the long road to 2016, Rand Paul’s long talk on the Senate floor, and why you won’t be seeing any more long lines for White House tours any time soon.
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